This article hits the nail on the head that corporations do not generally do a thorough job of presenting their side of seemingly negative situations. The same holds true for law firms and law schools.
It seems obvious that if people are blogging negatively about your institution, you should provide a response in that format. Frankly, there is no excuse for law firms not to have blogs, since they already have websites. If their blogs are indexed on major blog search engines, internet users who search for current “scandals” or stories about a firm will find the firm’s response to the situation, as well as the common-man’s view. Isn’t that a good thing?
Do you think law firms should have blogs? Please post a comment or drop me a line.
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